Historic Cato Fall Tour 2009

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Carla Markley as Carrie Sterns Smith

Fuss & Feathers perfom a musical selection.

Faces in the audience show the enjoyment felt by all.

Fun was had by all who attended.

Dick & Betty Steele, long time residents of Cato and honorary members
of the Cato Historical Preservation Association

Ralph Carlson & Red Stradley perform fiddle sticks.

Gideon P. Cole, owner of the Buckhorn Tavern,
as portrayed by Joe Bournonville.

"Four score and seven years ago...." ,
Red Stradley gives a very moving performance of the Gettysburg Address.

Dennis Chartier portrays a Native American.

Having fun with the old schoolhouse bell.

Jamie & Elizabeth Thompson, Anna Portwood,
and others create an 1860s one-room schoolhouse scene.

Hailey Chartier draws the winning ticket from Lily Mae Coonrod,
a member of the Cato Historical Preservation Committee.

Barbara Scott, Cato Historical Preservation member, and her sister, Judy Rawlings,
man the Cato Store at the tour.

Cole Kramer, grandson of Joe Bournonville, gives Joe & Suzie Fowler
a ride on the shuttle.

The tour visited the Coonrod Cemetery.

Susie entertains her audience with the story of John Latimer,
a 9 year old boy buried in the Coonrod Cemetery.

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